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4   Andreza Santos
Andreza Santos


Minas Gerais, Brazil

High School:
Carrier HS

Last College:
College of Southern Idaho




Junior Year (2004): Junior college transfer made noticeable contribution during her first season of Division I play, appearing in 45 games over the course of 13 matches, including three starts...Overcame knee surgery midway through the season and fought back to return to the line-up after missing more than half the season...Finished fourth on the team in kills per game with a 2.22 average and fifth with 100 total kills...Totaled 258 attack attempts and scored 125.5 points on the offensive side, while also contributing 33 blocks and 23 digs defensively...Registered more than 13 attack attempts in 12 of 13 matches she played in...Posted double-digit kills on four occasions, helping FSU to a 3-1 record in those matches...Recorded double-doubles in points and kills four times during conference play, including a season high 18 point, 15 kill performance in a win over conference-foe Virginia late in the season (11/5)...That outing came on the front end of what would turn out to be back-to-back double-double matches for Santos, after she racked up 14.5 points and 13 kills in five games against Maryland two days later (11/7)...Had a season high six blocks in a 3-0 win against Virginia Tech (10/22)...Looking to assume expanded role in what will be her second and final season, as FSU graduates three middle blockers including her older sister, Amanda.

At College of Southern Idaho: Earned NJCAA first team All-America honors as a sophomore outside hitter in 2003...a 2003 all-region 18 first team selection as well as the Scenic West Athletic Conference Tournament MVP...played in 132 games for CSI and helped lead the Golden Eagles to a 49-5 record in 2003...CSI had a combined team record of 83-10 in her two seasons with the Golden Eagles...led the conference with 609 kills (4.61 kills per game) and in hitting percentage (.412) on 1185 total attacks...had 117 total assists her sophomore season from her outside hitter position...fourth on the team with 122 total blocks (0.92 B/Pg)...tied for third in the SWAC after averaging 0.49 service aces per game with a total 65 service aces on the year...finished 2003 averaging 3.39 digs per game which put her fourth in the conference...named to the SWAC all-tournament team in 2002 as a freshman...averaged 2.00 kills per game on a total of 134 kills in 2002 for a .301 hitting percentage...fourth on the team with 74 total blocks, an average of 1.10 blocks per game...averaged 3.04 digs per game which placed her second on the team.

Personal: Born April 8, 1980...daughter of Maria Santos...attended Carrier High School...sister Amanda is a middle blocker for the Seminoles...majoring in Social Science.

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